AFTER eight months of pulsating action it comes down to this, 90 nerve- racking minutes of action in London tonight that could determine whether the English Premier League soccer trophy heads back to Manchester for a 10th time. Standing in the way of the Red Devils is a fired- up Chelsea outfit. Kick- off is slated for 9.30pm on Fox Sports 2. Equally important is the Wigan- Reading clash on FS2’ s interactive menu from midnight, with Reading desperately trying to avoid relegation and Wigan too close to the drop zone for comfort. The pick of rugby league this weekend is the Sea Eagles taking on the Bulldogs in the NRL, with kick- off at 5.30pm today on FS2. Long- suffering Carlton fans in the AFL finally have reason to smile, but can the Blues make it three on the bounce at the expense of the Adelaide Crows today, live on FS1 from 2pm? The Waratahs can cement a play- off spot in the Super 14 provincial rugby union competition with a win over the Sharks in Sydney, on FS3 from 7.30pm. The Indian Premier League cricket continues live on Ten with the quaintly named Bangalore Royal Challengers up against the Rajasthan Royals from 7.30pm. Readers in the Riverina will have to do with the Western Bulldogs- West Coast Eagles AFL match. The pick of sport tomorrow is the Dutch round of the world superbikes, with Australians Troy Bayliss and Troy Corser both well in the running for the championship. The flag drops at 7.30pm on FS2.